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#2.1 - Jeeves Report (The Setback)

Jeeves gives his infrequent report about the recent setback. Closing music: Mr. and Mrs. Smith - Oh, I went down (CC-BY-NC_SA)

Duration: 00:05:54

#2.0 - Report #59: Destiny Unbound

Cever Goes outside. And introduces magic. Written spoken by Nate Bonilla-Warford Featured music: Destiny Unbound by Phish, use by permission of taper policy. Credit music - how to make a smoothie by Donnie Ozone (public domain via FMA) All music and sound effects used under licence or creative commons attribution. See for details. You can send feedback and original music to That would be great. Seriously. Follow @Howtolisten22nd on...

Duration: 00:11:47

#1.3 - The Mandatory New Year's Eve Party

Cever and Jeeves party down on New Year's Eve! All the music in this episode generously provided by the mind-bendingly awesome Ace Tucker, Space Trucker by John Tramontana. Stay tuned for more. Pre-show: You Bring the Thunder, I’ll bring the lightning by Red Hot RebellionFeature music #1 - Go Ace Tucker Go by CraterfaceFeature music #2 - Party People by Prime FloridianFeature music #3 - Boy in a Band by Jamie SuttleFeature music #4 - Crushing it by Red Hot RebellionCredit music - Islands...

Duration: 00:13:04

Christmas Mixtape 2017

Jeeves celebrates Christmas by giving Ceever a Christmas tree, a 1980's boombox, and a carefully crafted Christmas mixtape. Tired of the same radio Christmas songs and artist holiday albums? This is a 40 minute continuous mix of holiday music that you have never heard before! To see the track list, musicians, and license information, please visit and click on Christmas Mixtape.

Duration: 00:41:58

#1.1 - The Memory

While Jeeves assists Ceever in preparing for his first walk outside after 5 years, Ceever remembers something. Written, spoken, and sung by Nate Bonilla-Warford Background music: In Shadows by William Ross Chernoff's Nomads (used by attribution) Credit music: Small Rooms by Buzz Deluxe (used with permission) All music and sound effects used by creative commons attribution. See Stay tuned for a trailer for the excellent podcast Mirths & Monsters from the Odd...

Duration: 00:13:12

#1 - The Jazz

Cever delivers his mandatory report to the Unified State. Unlike earlier failed attempts of achieving the acceptable level of fun, this time he talks about when he first heard music and the importance of the jazz in the 20th century. He gets so fired up, that me makes a spontaneous vow that will change his life course. credits: Written and spoken by Nate Bonilla-Warford Feature music: Livery Stable Blues by The Original Dixieland Jazz Band (public domain) Credit music: The Wiggle...

Duration: 00:19:45

Teaser 3 - Cever Hatches a Plan

Cever, desperate to come up with an idea that is acceptably fun, consults Jeeves. Huge thanks to Attention Hellmart Shoppers, who allowed me to use his awesome music for the credits. Everyone should listen to Attention Hellmart Shoppers. Their Patreon for Attention Hellmart Shoppers is here. (We have no formal association - they are just really nice people.)

Duration: 00:06:00

Teaser 2 - Cever's Audio Journal #1

Cever freaks out about not being able to meet the mandatory fun requirement and talks to his nanoprinter named Jeeves. credits:

Duration: 00:05:11

Teaser 1 - Mandatory Report #57, Citizen 9C20A5

A man lives 100 years in the future. In a world of abundance, all his needs are met by the government in exchange for monthly status reports on his neighbors. Written and spoken by Nate Bonilla-Warford Credit music: Government Housing by Underscore Orchestra. All music and sound effects used by creative commons attribution. See for details. If you'd like to support this podcast, you can't - because it takes place 100 years in the future. However, you can...

Duration: 00:07:00